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Bernard WiletsBill of Rights in Action: Juvenile Law (1974)

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Follows two brothers, ages fifteen and eighteen, after their arrest, pointing up differences between adult criminal procedures and juvenile law. Asks whether it would be better if juveniles were treated as adults, subject to criminal sanctions but granted constitutional rights. Raises questions about the paternalistic character of juvenile justice and the constitutional issues involved in reform of the juvenile justice system. Filmed with the Seal Beach, California PD. For more on director Bernard Wilets, visit http://www.afana.org/wilets.htm



This movie is part of the collection: Academic Film Archive of North America

Director: Bernard Wilets
Producer: Bernard Wilets
Production Company: Bernard Wilets
Sponsor: David Nelson
Audio/Visual: sound, color


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